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Proven Expert. Assisted in the production and presentation of a high level briefing to the United States Ambassador to Turkey, the Turkish General Staff, and several other U.S. and Turkish National Agencies; improved U.S. and Turkish relations and demonstrated U.S. comittment to assist Turkey. Unprecedented considering her rank and normally associated with a senior civilian or junior officer.
PO1 Loyal was a major factor in the successful establishment of the MCAST Information Department.
Demonstrating extraordinary management and leadership skills, Petty Officer Loyal oversaw the successful completion of daily deliverables, fleet requirements, and tactically efficient detachment operations. Petty Officer Loyal also ensured real-world intelligence and predictive battle space analysis was presented to all 10 combat aircrews and warfare decision makers.
As ISOPREP Manager, IS1 Loyal created and validated more than one hundred Isolated Personnel Recovery packages.
As a Target Division Intel Analyst, she employed all source research, imagery and analytical skills to develop and deliver accurate target databases for operational plans, response options, on-going operations and contingencies in the CENTCOM AOR.
She developed and presented 12 classified briefings to both command staff and joint teams being deployed.
Organized and facilitated two Fleet Cyber Intelligence Enterprise VTCs, ensuring that subordinate commands received valuable guidance and updates to Navy Cyber Intelligence policy.
Planned, prepared for, and exercised the employment/deployment of multi-national forces, including 20 countries, to the United States Central Command AOR.
Created ten MCAST Intelligence Standard Operating Procedures.
IS1 Casper's persistent efforts to coordinate with unit members across the United States led to a 100% completion rate in submission of Annual Training orders for the unit's 18 cross-assigned-in members. Taking over the task at just an 11% contact rate, IS1 Casper reconnected with 14 members and confirmed and acquired the mobilization orders of four members to ensure full participation in required yearly training. Cross-assigned members attended training and participated with six different commands, adding qualified and experienced personnel to the unit s available cross-assigned manning and improving the total number of qualified watchstanders to CNRMA ROC by an additional three cross-assigned members.
- IS1 Casper's collaboration with the unit's training division led to 100% completion of all required GMT courses for the 35 unit members assigned to NR CNRMA ROC. Utilizing the abilities of 10 different unit members, IS1 Casper scheduled and coordinated multiple classes of eight mandatory GMT courses and an additional seven recommended GMT courses, improving the unit completion rate of 44% to 100% in six months.
- IS1 Casper coordinated with the active duty component to increase the number of qualified watchstanders in the ROC by seven across nine months. Working as liaison to the ROC, IS1 Casper submitted monthly watchbills for the NR CNRMA ROC, helping to provide over 580 in-training man-hours to ROC qualification, representing and supporting active duty activities and responsibilities for Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.
Led four junior Sailors in the error-free production of 97 Intelligence Updates and 65 kneeboard cards for 26 MEU pilots, gaining credibility in the Fifth Fleet AOR.
PETTY OFFICER SIMS PERFORMED HIS DUTIES WHILE OPERATING IN THE FAST-PACED AND DEMANDING ENVIRONMENT WITHIN THE NATIONAL JOINT OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE CENTER AND DIRECTOR FOR INTELLIGENCE, J2 HEADQUARTERS.
SERVED AS TRAINING OFFICER WITHIN THE OPERATIONS, TRAINING AND EVALUATION OFFICE, AND ENSURED OVER 85 MILITARY AND CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL ON THE NATIONAL JOINT OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE CENTER WATCH FLOOR WERE FIRMLY INTEGRATED INTO OPERATIONS, PROVIDING POSITION-SPECIFIC TRAINING AND THOROUGHLY EXPLAINED STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES.